Kansas Edged by No. 44 Tulsa, 4-3
Feb. 3, 2008
The setback dropped the Jayhawks to 0-2 in dual match play.
After falling in two of the three doubles matches to go down 1-0, KU played well in singles play, getting victories from junior Edina Horvath, sophomore Kunigunda Dorn and freshman Magdalena Tokarczyk.
Tokarczyk, who defeated TU's Thalia Diaz-Barriga, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5, in the No. 2 contest, is yet to lose in a Jayhawk uniform. The freshman is now 5-0 in singles play after wins in KU's first two matches as well as three victories at the Hawaii Spring Invitational.
Also continuing her strong play was Horvath, who handled
After struggling during the preseason and in Saturday's loss to No. 40 Arkansas, Dorn got back on track against the Golden Hurricane, defeating Rebecca Row in straight sets in the No. 4 match. The
Following Saturday's win against
In other doubles action, KU's No. 3 tandem of Torarczyk and senior Lauren Hommell, who missed the entire fall season with a wrist injury, fought hard against
The Jayhawks will make their first appearance this season at First Serve in
1) Alexandra Kichoutkin (UT) def. Elizaveta Avdeeva (KU), 6-0, 6-0
4) Kunigunda Dorn (KU) def. Rebecca Row (UT), 6-4, 6-3
5) Marta Marcinkowska (UT) def. Yuliana Svistun (KU), 6-0, 6-3
6) Jie Zeng (UT) def. Maria Martinez (KU), 6-2, 6-2
1) Avdeeva/Horvath (KU) def. Row/Zabelata (UT), 8-4
2) Diaz-Barriga/Marcinkowska (UT) def. Dorn/Svistun (KU), 8-3
3) Kichoutkin/Zeng (UT) def. Hommell/Torarczyk (KU), 9-7